My sister used this fragrance in her 20's for over five years. On her, the fragrance was truly a treasure. Her skin can truly disguise fragrances such as Paloma Picasso, Dolce Vita, and Tresor in a way that you have to actually ask her what perfume she is wearing. On me, they are all a very sad love story. I have tried all three hoping to smell as delicious as she does when she use them, but I don't get even close to that romantic, almost like heaven, scent.
Based on how she actually smells, and not on how I smell, I have decided to review this fragrance. I love it...on her, and hate it...on me! Years after this hunting fragrance disappointment, I found my two signature fragrances when Hypnotic Poison and Coco Mademoiselle made their first appearance. I still use them as the very first day. Right now, I also try other fragrances like Chanel Chance, Flowerbomb, Guess by Marciano, and Tom Ford Neroli. I found myself also grabbing a bottle of Fan di Fendi EDP Spray.
Tresor perfume, created in 1990 by perfumer Sophia Grojsman for Lancome, has been around for a long time. It is one of the best selling perfumes in the world. The gorgeous bottle was designed by Charles Boussiquet. It is a feminine fragrance, a warm floral-oriental scent, a romantic one indeed with a little modern feel being rose its primary note, mixed with juicy peachy notes, musk, a hint of jasmine, and Vetiver.
With fine and elegant top mixed notes of apricot blossom, pineapple, lilac, peach, lily of the valley, bergamot, and rose; middle notes of iris, jasmine, heliotrope, and again rose and peach; and base notes of amber, sandalwood, musk, vanilla, peach, and apricot Tresor is a comforting fragrance that is hard to dislike. It is not a fragrance that I would fall in love with eternally like I have had with Christian Dior Hypnotic Poison, but it is a nice fragrance for warm days, and a few selected evenings. As I said before, I love it...and hate it! Is that acceptable for such a lovely fragrance? Ask my sister and she would say: No way, its perfect! It is a found treasure.
, by Sissi Cruz